Episode 622: Victoria Oliver

https://youtu.be/4BaWELg8G2M Hosted by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode Victoria Oliver returns to the podcast to talk about her acting career, self-tape auditions, and how to build an acting reel. Follow us here for more new podcast episodes every Wednesday and subscribe on your favorite podcast app (linked above).

LAKE MICHIGAN MONSTER – REVIEW

https://youtu.be/Xz6JggR66L4 Review by EJ Argenio, NRFTW Contributor and Correspondent The depths of the unknown, murder, vengeance and some light-hearted mayhem give birth to the sci-fi indie comedy Lake Michigan Monster. Following the unexpected death of his “associate”, the whimsically mischievous Seafield, played by writer-director Ryland Brickson Cole Tews, assembles a team of “tactical experts” with … Continue reading LAKE MICHIGAN MONSTER – REVIEW

QUARANTINE CABARET- A New Kind of Nightlife

By Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions Sometimes out of chaos and tragedy comes art and innovation, ideas so simple that they are revolutionary. Such is the case with Quarantine Cabaret, the new digital series from world renowned Burlesque performer, Michelle L'amour. Millions are currently unable to work or even leave their homes … Continue reading QUARANTINE CABARET- A New Kind of Nightlife

NYWIFT ANNOUNCES BROADCAST PREMIERE OF THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY MUSE AWARDS ON CUNY TV IN MARCH

This comes to us from our friends at NYWIFT. To learn more watch episode 420 of the podcast featuring Katie Chambers. NEW YORK, NY – March 2, 2020 – New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT) is pleased to announce the broadcast of  the  40th  Anniversary NYWIFT Muse Awards on CUNY TV throughout the second week of March … Continue reading NYWIFT ANNOUNCES BROADCAST PREMIERE OF THE 40TH ANNIVERSARY MUSE AWARDS ON CUNY TV IN MARCH

The Plot (And the Accent) Thickens – Schemers

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DfSRNXs2h1A Review by William J. Hammon, Creator of I Actually Paid to See This blog I don’t consider myself the most resourceful of people, but every once in a while, when push comes to shove, I can buckle down and pull out a small miracle or two, be it in my personal or professional life. When I … Continue reading The Plot (And the Accent) Thickens – Schemers

Daddy Issues: An Impressive Comedy Debut

Review by Andrew Sweatman, Senior Editor at Arthouse Garage Comedy is hard. That’s a major theme of the new film Daddy Issues, and it’s also an undeniable truth of the entertainment business. Actors and filmmakers have been learning that lesson since the invention of the moving picture, and stage actors knew it before that. When a … Continue reading Daddy Issues: An Impressive Comedy Debut

Episode 618: Kathleen Simmonds

https://youtu.be/ofQvqLhtW3w Hosted By Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On this episode actor/producer Kathleen Simmonds talks with host Jason Godbey about her series Woe Is She and gives some amazing tips on producing and launching film and series projects. This episode is a must watch/listen for creators looking to get distribution for their projects. After … Continue reading Episode 618: Kathleen Simmonds

Doctor Sleep (Director’s Cut)

https://youtu.be/M5PsRMHCXbE Review by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions Writer/Director Mike Flanagan revisits the Overlook Hotel with his adaptation of Stephen King’s sequel to The Shining, Doctor Sleep stars Ewan McGregor as one of horror’s most iconic characters, Danny Torrence. The story follows Danny as he grows from a child recovering from the … Continue reading Doctor Sleep (Director’s Cut)

The 9th Annual Winter Film Awards International Film Festival

By Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions On Friday, February 21, at the Cinema Village theater on 12th street in Manhattan, the Winter Film Awards kicked off its screening series. The festival boasts a wide array of films: shorts, features, documentaries, and fictional/narratives from all over the world. The opening night's program included … Continue reading The 9th Annual Winter Film Awards International Film Festival

What Did Jack Do?-Now on Netflix

Review by Jason Godbey, Creative Director, Behind the Rabbit Productions Writer/Director/Producer David Lynch is a singular artist who has been making films since the 60s. His first feature, Eraserhead was released in 1977, and he’s still going strong. To even attempt to describe Lynch’s style, words like strange, weird, avant garde, and unconventional come to … Continue reading What Did Jack Do?-Now on Netflix